People spend a lot of time on sending and reading emails and this bothers many people.
But there are a few tricks to do one of which being a Gmail trick.
This trick can change the way you manage your mailbox.
You can create endless numbers of email addresses by using the + sign.
For example, let’s assume your email is email@example.com. When you add a +example to it before the @, any messages which is sent to firstname.lastname@example.org goes directly to your main mailbox.
It changes your email from one address to endless number of possibilities.
And why is it worth using?
To organize your inbox.
By using rules, you can automatically array your mails depending on to whom they are addressed. For instance, for all of your online shopping accounts, you can create JackWilsonemail@example.com and use one for filtering the whole correspondence into a particular folder.
Moreover, it also simplifies it for you for later searches for times you won’t be able to recall the name of a specific site.
You won’t miss significant mails
You can flag up significant emails in all email services (for example your mother, lawyer etc.). However, this will be in vain unless you know the address they will send the email.
You can use rules to ascertain everything sent to it from any mail address will be shown at the top of your mailbox for important people whose mails you don’t want to miss, if you share a secret email (for example JackWilsonfirstname.lastname@example.org) with them.
You’ll know who sells your data to marketers
Let’s assume you have signed up to dating app Tinder with Jackwilson+Tinder@gmail.com, and an ad email comes to your mailbox after some time from a haphazard company, addressed to Jackwilson+Tinder@gmail.com; it is quite understandable who sold your info. Yet, you wouldn’t know this, if you signed up with your main email.
Even more, using inbox rules, you can simply block all messages addressed to Jackwilson+Tinder@gmail.com.
The gmail trick provides you, without the struggle of generating new ones, all the advantages of having a second and 3rd and 4th and 5th dedicated mail accounts.